loosen the alternator bolts to get that belt off and the other belt is loosened by loosening the power steering reservoir bolts.
Disconnect battery. Disconnect wires from alternator. Loosen bolts and remove belt. Remove bolts holing alternator in place.
disconnect the battery source first, disconnect the wiring on the alternator, then loosen the bolts on the mounts to loosen the belt. then loosen and remove the bolts. remove the alternator, and replace with new one.
Disconnect the battery. Loosen the alternator bolts and slide the alternator to loosen the belt. Remove any other belts in front of the bad belt if necessary to get to it. Remove the alternator belt, and install the new one. Pull the alternator to the side to tighten the new belt snug and hold while tightening the bolts. Reconnect the battery
loosen the alternator bolts and then push the alternator downward to loosen the one belt and the other belt you have to loosen the power steering pump and push down on it to take the other belt off.
What bolts to loosen to put alernator belt on and how to put it on when a/c belt is on.
loosen the alternator bolts up and push down on the alternator and take the old belt off and reinstall new belt over the pulleys and pry up on the alternator until you get about a 1/2" play in the belt when you push down on the belt and then tighten all the alternator bolts.
There are two bolts to loosen, one at the top of the alternator and a smaller one underneath on a bracket. Loosen these and push the whole unit down this will loosen the belt so it can be replaced then use a lever to pull up the unit while tightening the bolts
To reach the alternator on a 2000 Honda Civic loosen the adjustment bracket. Pull the loose belt off then loosen the bolts for the alternator. Replace the alternator.
Loosen the bolts on the alternator or P/S pump, whichever applies, and slide it back enough to loosen the belt. Look and you will see that it can be moved in order to loosen or tighten the belt. Deflection at center point of the belt is approximately 1/2 inch.Loosen the bolts on the alternator or P/S pump, whichever applies, and slide it back enough to loosen the belt. Look and you will see that it can be moved in order to loosen or tighten the belt. Deflection at center point of the belt is approximately 1/2 inch.
loosen adjuster bolts and take off belt......
theres 2 bolts on the alternator 1 of them is to loosen the belt of and the other is to remove the alternator all together i hope that's a helpful answer to your question
Loosen the alternator belt with the tensioner pulley. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the wiring harness. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
undo the positive battery terminal loosen alternator bolts undo tensioner to get belt loose pull alternator down and out repeat directions tighten belt bolts bolt battery terminal...
If it's the alternator belt, loosen the bolts holding the alternator in place, then use something like a hammer handle to pry the alternator away from the engine which will tighten the belt. Hold the pressure on the alternator while tightening the bolts. This is a general procedure, not specific to 1996 dodge.
Disconnect the 1982 Regal alternator. Loosen the alternator bolts and slide to release belt tension. Put new belt on ( you may have to remove other belts to gain access) and pull the alternator sideways to put medium tension on the belt while tightening the bolts. Reconnect the battery.
Suggest replacing all the belts also. 1st belt, remove coolant res. loosen the pulley next to the res. then there is a tension bolt behind it. get under the car, the alternator is right there on the passenger side. possible under a small shield. loosen all the bolts on the alternator, then there is a tentioner on the alternator. loosen that, remove belt, then take out the rest of the bolts, along with the plug and the ground wire to the alternator. for the P/S belt, loosen the other pulley 14mm, and then the tention bolt is another 12mm.
What kind of car? On an older car you just loosen the alternator and pull it until the belt is tight and then tighten the bolts back. On newer cars, there is a tensioner that pulls the slack out of the belt.
On the four cylinder engine, all accessories are run with two belts, one for the power steering pump, the other drives the alternator and a/c compressor, etc. Loosen the bolts holding the power steering pump first. Please note the bolts that mount it are on the driver side of the engine, while the bolts that tension it, face the front of the car. Loosen (no need to remove) the tension bolt, remove the power steering belt. Loosen the bolts on the alternator, loosen the tension bolt on the alternator, push the alternator toward the engine and the belt is now free.
loosen bolts, loosen tensioner, take of serpentine belt, remove wiring
first you need to jack up your car and put it on jack stands, then remove the passenger side wheel, then loosen the two bolts on the back of the power steering pump and the pivot bolt so you can remove the accessory drive belt. Then you can loosen the two bolts on the front of the alternator, then if you look at the alternator through the wheel well on the left side of the alternator there is a bracket, on the backside of the bracket there is an adjuster bolt loosen it and then you can remove the alternator belt.
Remove the alternator wiring harness. Loosen the tensioner pulley. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
Loosen the tensioner pulley. The alternator belt will become loose. Take off the belt. Remove the wiring harness from the alternator. Remove the retaining bolts from the alternator. Remove the alternator. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
Loosen the alternator and push the alternator down and pull the belt off, put new belt over crank and water pump pulleys and around alternator pulley and pull up on the alternator to where the belt is tight and tighten the alternator bolts down.
Loosen all the bolts on the alternator and push down on the alternator and the belt will be loose and you can take it off, to reinstall you put new belt around the water pump and crank pulleys and then put it over the alternator pulley and pull up on the alternator and tighten the bolts back up and you should have a 1/2 " play in the belt when you push down on it, if you have more than that you need to unloosen alternator bolts again and pry the alternator up with a large screwdriver and re-tighten the bolts again and recheck.